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GORHAM BEALES FRANCIS BULLOCK 
WILLIAM WCAHOON.FRANCIS P.COLTON 

HENRY H CURTISS, ENOCH GREEN, 
HORATIO W GRIDLEY, ELIHU T HEDGES, 

HENRY W PORTER A JUDSON RAND , 
LEFROY RAVENHILL DAVID SELIGMAN. 

JOHN SNOWDEN, SIDNEY B WORTH. 
STUDENTS 

OF THE 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

DIED OF PESTILENTIAL DISEASE 
WHILE SERVING IN THE 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK. 
THIS TABLET 

IS ERECTED BY THE FACULTY . 
THAT THE MEMORY OF THESE 

MARTYRS OF HUMANITY 

MAY NOT DIE; 
AND THAT TAUGHT BY THEIR EXAMPLE. 

THE GRADUATES OF THE COLLEGE 

MAY NEVER HESITATE TO HAZARD LIFE 

IN THE PERFORMANCE OF 

PROFESSIONAL DUTY". 




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President 

of 

Columbia 

University 




Michael I. Sovern, 
L.L.B., L.L.D. 

Vice President for Health 

Sciences and 

Dean of the Faculty of 

Medicine 



Each one of you is to be congratulated for having completed strenuous, I 
yet exciting years at P&S, truly one of the finest medical schools in the 
country. We have prepared you well for the future if we have taught you 
to expect and welcome change, to be prepared for current knowledge 
becoming obsolete, and to know how to keep up with progress and acquire 
new knowledge. Although not a part of the formal curriculum, I hope that 
you have found role models both in basic science and in clinical medicine. 
Basic Science succeeds by hard work, a flair for spotting the unusual, 
openness and scrupulous honesty. Clinical practice succeeds by always 
keeping up with science, making proven advances available to the patient, 
yet seeing each patient as a human being, entitled above all to compas- 
sion, dignity and respect. 

Henrik H. Bendixen, M.D. 



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Donald F. Tapley, M.D. 

Alumni Professor and 
Senior Deputy Vice President 
for Health Sciences 



Associate 

Dean 

for 

Student 

Affairs 




You entered the P&S Class of 1986 from 23 states 
including Idaho, Wyoming, Oklahoma and Indiana, 
plus the Commonwealth, District of Columbia, and 
several other countries, earnest, eager, enthusiastic, 
energetic and empathetic. 

Exceptional excellence engaged exact endogeny, 
eugenics and ethics, while endoscopy evoked explora- 
tion, enclaves evolved exuberanace, enigmas 
enchanted the existential, and erudite emulated the 
empyrean with exuberance, essence and esprit, earn- 
ing the elitism of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons. Earnestly I congratulate you. 

Linda D. Lewis, M.D. 



Lester M. Geller, Ph.D. 

Associate Dean for 

Student and 

Curricular Affairs 




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Anatomy and Cell Biology 




Dr. Michael Gershon, Chairman 




Dr. Ernest W. Apri 




Drs. Melvin Moss and Letty Salentijn-Moss 




Dr. Eladio A. Nunez 



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Dr. Charles A. Ely 





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Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics 




Dr. Isidore S. Edelman, 
Chairman 




Dr. Alvin I. Krasna 




Dr. Parithychery Srinivasan 




Dr. Stephen Goft 




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Dr. Samuel C. Silverstein, Chairman 




Dr. David Schachter 



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Dr. Shu Chien, Class of '86 Teacher of Year 
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Microbiology 





Dr. Harold S. Ginsberg 



Dr. Benvenuto Pernis 





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Dr. Bernard F. Erlanger, Acting Chairman 



Dr. Elvin A. Kabat 



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Dr. Saul J. Silverstein 





Dr. Paul D. Ellner 



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Dr. David H. Figurski 



Dr. Charles S. H. Young 



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Dr. Philip D'Alesandro 



Dr. Dickson D. Despommier, Class 

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Neural Science 






Dr. Eric R. Kandel 



Dr. Vincent F. Castellucci 



Dr. James H. Schwartz 



Human Genetics 



Nutrition 





Dr. Myron Winick and Maudine 



Dr. William Johnson 



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Pathology 





Dr. John Fenoglio, Jr, Acting 
Chairman 



Dr. Karl Perzin, Class of 86 Teacher of Year 
Award 1983-1984 




Dr. Jay Lefkowitch 






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Dr. Raymond Gambino 





Dr. Richard 
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Pharmacology 







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Dr. Brian F. Hoffman, Chairman 






Dr. Daniel J. Goldberg 



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Anesthesiology 







Dr. Allen I. Hyman, Acting 
Chairman 



Dr. Ellise Delphin 



Dr. Kevin B. Sanborn 



Dermatology 





Dr. Leonard C. Harber, Chairman 



Dr. Robert R. Walther 



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Internal Medicine 




Dr. Robert M. Glickman, Chairman 






Dr. Robert E. Canfield 




Dr. Thomas Q. Morris 





Dr. Glenda J. Garvey 



Drs. Donald A. Holub and Abbie I. Knowlton 




Dr. John Lindenbaum 



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Dr. Vincent P. Butler 



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Dr. Harold C. Neu 






Dr. Andrew G. Frantz 





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Dr. Robert T. Whitlock 




Dr. Gerald B. Appel 



Dr. J. Thomas Bigger 



Dr. Ronald E. Drusin 



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Dr. Carmen Ortiz-Neu 



Dr. Rita A. Charon, ITP 





Dr. Ethel S. Siris, ITP 




Dr. Constance Park, PPR 



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Dr. Arthur Bank 




Dr. Brian Scully 





Dr. David J. Rothman 

Society and Medicine 



Dr. Stephen Rosenberg 

Health Care Systems 




Dr. Nigel Paneth 

Epidemiology 



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Neurology 




Dr. Lewis P. Rowland, Chairman 



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Dr. Jay P. Mohr 





Dr. Darryl C. DeVivo 



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Dr. Michael Fetell 




Dr. James R. Miller 




Dr. Daniel Sciarra 




Dr. James F. Hammi 



Dr. Richard Mayeux 



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Drs. Linda D. Lewis and Audrey S. Penn 



Dr. Lucien J. Cote 



Rehabilitation Medicine 




Dr. John A. Downey, 
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Dr. Stanley J. Myers 




Dr. Erwin G. Gonzalez 



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Neurological Surgery 




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Dr. Kalmon Post 




Dr. Peter W. Carmel 





Dr. W. Jost Michelsen 



Dr. Edgar M. Honsepian 




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Dr. Donald O. Quest 



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Obstetrics and Gynecology 




Dr. Mortimer Rosen, 
Chairman 




Dr. Edward T. Bovve 





Dr. Elynne Margulis 




Dr. Laxmi Baxi 







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Dr. Jack E. Maidman 




Dr. Wvlie C. Hembree 



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Orthopedic Surgery 




Dr. Harold M. Dick. 
Chairman 




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Dr. Robert Carroll 





Dr. S. Ashby Grantham 



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Dr. John R. Denton 





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Dr. Christopher B. Miehelsen 



Dr. David P. Rove, Jr. 





Dr. Louis U. Bigliani 



Dr. David L. Andrews 




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Dr. Howard A. Kiernan, 
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Ophthalmology 





Dr. Charles J. Campbell, 
Chairman 



Dr. Martin Leib 



Otolaryngology 




Dr. Maxwell Abramson. 
Chairman 




Dr. Soly Baredes 





Dr. Andrew Blitzer 



Dr. Jack J. Wazen 



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Pediatrics 



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Dr. Michael Katz, 
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Dr. Martin Nash 





Dr. Frederick Bomback 



Dr. R. Peter Altman 



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Psychiatry 




Dr. Herbert Pardes, Chairman 




Dr. Lyle E. Rosnick 





Dr. Erie Marcus 



Dr. Stan D. Arkow 



Dr. Carol Bernstein 





Dr. Sidney Malitz 




Dr. Stuart Yudofsky 



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ladiology 



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Dr. David H. Baker 

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Dr. Walter Berdon 




Dr. Kent Ellis 



Dr. Kaaren N. Bergquist 





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Dr. Jeffrey H. Newhouse 





Dr. John II. Austin 



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Surgery 



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Dr. Alfred M. Markowitz 




Dr. Robert G. Bertseh 




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Dr. Kenneth A. Forde 





Dr. Thomas C. King 





Dr. Keith Reemtsma, Chairmai 



Dr. Phillip D. Wiedel 




Dr. Paul LoGerfo 





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Dr. Frank Gump 



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Dr. Joseph A. Buda 



Dr. Eric A. Rose 



Dr. Roman Nowygrod 




Dr. George J. Todd 







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Dr. John B. Price 




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Dr. Sven luster 



Dr. Henry M. Spotnitz 



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Dr. Frederic P. Herter 



Dr. Mark A. Hardy 



Dr. James R. Malm 



Urology 




Dr. Carl A. Olsson, 
Chairman 





Dr. Terry W. Hensle 



Dr. John D. Birkhoff 




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Dr. Peter J. Puehner 




Dr. Kevin E. Burbige 



Dr. John K. Lattimer 



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Special People 





Alumni Office: (/. to r. I Anke Suiting, Cathy Cuuchcll. Lisa Mayer, and 
Mary Garris 



Student Affairs and Financial Aid: (1. to r.) Ideta Daniel, Frances Ficklen, and 
Ellen Spilker 




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Dean's Office: (/. tor. ) Jean Burns, Ritth Pataky, andThelma Coht 






P & S Club: Janis Mitchell 



Minority Affairs and Ambulatory 
Care: Margaret Haynes 




Dean's Office: (I. to r. I Flora Atkins, Laurie Novak, and Joan Popovitch 



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GRADUATES 



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The Hippocratic Oath 



"You do solemnly swear, by whatever each of you holds most sacred 

That you will be loyal to the Profession of Medicine and just and 
generous to its members 

That you will lead your lives and practice your art in uprightness and 
honor 

That into whatsoever house you enter, it shall be for the good of the sick 
to the utmost of your power, your holding yourselves far aloof from 
wrong, from corruption, from tempting of others to vice 

That you will exercise your art solely for the cure of your patients, and 
will give no drug, perform no operations, for a criminal purpose, even it 
solicited, far less suggest it 

That whatsoever you shall see or hear of the lives of your patients which 
is not fitting to be spoken, you will keep inviolably secret 

These things you do swear. Let each of you bow the head in sign of 
acquiescence 

And now, if you will be true to this, your oath, may prosperity and good 
repute be ever yours; the opposite, if you shall prove yourselves 
forsworn." 



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President 
P&S Club 




You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out 
of focus. 

— Mark Twain 
It has been my good fortune to have been involved in the P&S Club. 
It gave me the opportunity to promote the expression of individual ideas 
and artistic talents, so vital in an environment where conformity is the norm. 
And when the harsli realities of our work mirrored our own frailties, the 
Club became a place to seek warmth and reassurance in the many friendships 
we found there. 

But now we leave it all behind — a new world awaits us . . . 
GOOD LUCK, EVERYONE! 



— Eric Greenblatt 



President 
Class of 1986 



I want to thank you for the honor of being Class President for the past 
three years. 

At times it seemed as if we would never make it. 

From jackets, ties and shorts on that first day of classes to Gershon's 
jellyrolls and elephant antics . . . from Ernie's colorful anecdotes to 
Glenda's first-day-of-Medicine pep talk ("a good is something to be proud 
of*) . . . from Boards, applications and interviews. Public Health projects 
and Supernight to gowns at Graduation — we finally did make it! 

It has been ... an experience. 

Good luck and take care, 



Chris Rapuano 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




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David P. Adelson 




Salvatore Albanese 





Jose Manuel Angel 



Kevin P. Allen 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 



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Cameron D. Ashbaugh 





Evelyn Attia 




Steven B. Auerbach 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Ellen G. Bedichek 




Lawrence S. Bass 



Birgitte Bendixen 





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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




James P. Boulier 




Martin Boublik 



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Amy R. Brager 




Kjetil Brevig 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 






Steven Brigham 



Carol Leslie Brown 



Mark B. Brody 




Peter C. Buetow 




Deborah J. Cairo 



Chris P. Cannon 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Fred M. Carter 



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Jairo E. Castillo 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




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Michael P. Castro 





Angela Mei Chan 








Winjing Chan 



Edward D. Chan 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 





Camille D. Chavez 




Janis Gale Chester 





Francisco Civantos 



Franklin T. Chow 



51 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Richard D. Clark 




Tom K. Coffey 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




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Miguel Conde 






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Christopher Damm 



Gerald J. Dal Pan 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Jose Jorge Davila 



William M. DeMayo 





John M. Dent 



54 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Lourdes Dominguez 




Theresa Diaz 



Nancy Jean Donovan 




Susana G. Duncan 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 



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Niloo M. Edwards 





Scott G. Estabrook 



Elliot W. Ehrich 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Keith D. Fisher 





Thomas R. Frieden 



Mark S. Fradin 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Noah J. Friedman 




Mark D. Gelernt 





Michael J. Garrity 



Craig H. Friedmann 




Michael F. Gilson 



Steven Gerst 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 





John L. Gomes 




Charles J. Gonzalez 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Paul Clark Gordon 





Eric P. Greenblatt 





Roy Gulick III 



John P. Gruen 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 






Brian D. Haas 




Stephen P. Hardy 





David M. Hovsepian 



Sarah Hartman 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Barry S. Hyman 




Cheryl Ann Jay 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Douglas L. Jicha 





Christopher Johannet 





Amy E. Jonassen 



Joseph A. John 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Antonio Joseph Jr. 





David J. Kuester 



Susan M. Kellie 




COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 








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Diane L. Lanier 





Barron H. Lerner 




Julie M. Lewin 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




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Mark E. Linskey 



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Kee-Hak Lim 



Juan A. Lopez 





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John G. Lunt 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Arthur L. Malkani 




Michael G. Maday 



Susan J. Mandel 




William Marshall 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Bruce McCormack 





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Timothy C. Miller 



Thomas E. Miller 




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Donald P. Mitrane 




Susan Morales 



Raul Mitrani 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 





Paul L. Muscat 




Rahul K. Naidu 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



CLASS OF 1986 




Andres Navedo-Rivera 




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Jenifer A. Nields 





Edward K. Park 



Heidi M. Owen 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 





Susan Parsons-Armstrong 




Deniz A. Perese 





Alessandra B. Pernis 



Archibald Perkins 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





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Dian A. Picou 




Zachary M. Pine 






Christopher S. Proctor 









Dianne C. Polsen 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 




Christopher Rapuano 




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Douglas A. Ross 



Harlan G. Rich 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Margaret S. Rudolf 




Marc S. Rubin 



Alan J. Saffran 





John Sampson 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 





Thomas A. Schwann 




Ian H. Santoro 



Francis T. Schwerin 




John Sconzo 




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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Elyse L. Seidner-Joseph 





Kevin H. Silver 



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Karen A. Siller 




Alexander Simotas 





Wendelin M. Slusser 



Kevin M. Slawin 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




Jay V. Solnick 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 




J. Turner Stauffer 





Deborah J. Stein 




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Robert J. Strauch 



Scott M. Stengel 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Richard Tamman 




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Janet C. Teltscher 




William Thomas 



Neil Theise 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 1986 





Lawrence S. Turtel 




William Tronolone 



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Henry Weil 





Toba A. Weinstein 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

CLASS OF 19S6 





Richard L. White Jr. 





Ann Weltv 



Jeffrey C. Wint 



Missing 

Douglas Kramer 




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ACTIVITIES 




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First Year 
Christmas Show 




Good complaint — one pizza for you! 




'As an extension of our class in Surface Anatomy 




Maylie scores big in The Newlywed Game 



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Well always have the embrvo slides. We didn t have them, until you came to 
P&Sablanca and got them back for us.' 



Operation Babystrap 




Fwas the night before Christmas . 



I thought P & S stood for Pabst and Schlitz' 



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AMBA rates the Christmas Show as DO. — Definitely 
Offensive 





'I think pfreeze pfracs are really keen, 
The neatest things I've ever seen. 
I know the others think I'm mean — 
They just failed four, I failed thirteen!! 

— Watch 'em scream — 
Pfreeze pfrac 
Pfreeze pfrac . . .' 



Pfire up! 




'. . . Mel Moss, Mel Moss, Mel Moss, Mel Moss, 
We know that Lettie is reallv the boss!" 




E-e-e-ernie, amorous Emit 




'O squid bingo, squid bingo, makes us all attend the classes that we need so much — like 1TTPM . . .' 



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The 

Bard Hall 

Players 



BHP Chairpersons '86; Trip Gulick, Julia Lynch '87, Mark Linskey 



The Bard Hall Players ... The BHPs ... a group 
that calls forth passionate loyalty and passionate scorn 
. . . a. delightful bonus to the CPMC community . . .a 
self-centered drain on more important pursuits . . . 
fun . . . work . . . torment . . . joy. 

Which is it? Obviously all of the above. People join 
for a host of reasons: to fill up empty social time in the 
Heights; to divert themselves from other, greater, 
pressures; to finally see what it's like 'while you've still 
got the chance'; to indulge dreams of a glamorous 
theatrical life before the footlights; to have fun. But 
like anything at CPMC, anything done by bright, 
hardworking — yes, driven — medical students (and 



others), it is done to its fullest, with passion, with in- 
tensity. And it is always done in the spotlight. Any- 
thing done so fully and so visibly would have to get the 
strong responses the Players do. And just look at the 
following pages — you'll find nothing half done and all 
of it wide open, eagerly embracing anyone who will 
stop — for even a moment — to watch. 



Steve Auerbach 
Kjetil Brevig 
Steve Brown 
Angela Chan 
Theresa Diaz 
Noah Friedman 
Mark Gelernt 
Mike Gilson 
Trip Gulick 
Dave Hovsepian 
Barry Hyman 
Doug Jicha 
Rob Leavitt 
Barron Lemer 
Julie Lewin 
Todd Linden 
Mark Linskey 
Susan Mandel 
Bill Marshall 
Tim Miller 

Andres Navedo-Rivera 
Harlan Rich 
Margaret Rudolf 
Elyse Seidner-Joseph 
Karen Siller 
Neil Theise 
Rich White 




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Fiddler on the Roof 

Well — it all started with this one in the Fall of '82, with a Fiddler 
on the Roof luring some of us to another time, another place, for 
removed from the med school grind . . . No, not Anatevka, silly 
— The Bard Hall Players. 




Godspell 



Godspell was the only musical to feature not only packed houses, but als< 
the blizzard of the decade and two Acts of God. 



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As You 
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The Bard came to Bard Hall 
with "As You Like It" a com- 
edy of epic proportions, and 
a stage that set the stage for 
many innovations to come. 



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Once Upon A Mattress 

Trip brought fantasy to life in Once Upon A Mattress, and populated the 
kingdom with what seemed to be the entire class of '86 — just look 
around! 








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Cabaret 



Cabaret, the searing musical drama staged in the spring of "84, was notable for 
Noah's exploring hitherto unplumbed dramatic depths — mighty impressive. 





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Hair 







"Be-In was the concept for Hair, witli every cast member playing an 
indispensable part of a multimedia trip back to the 60"s. Steve A. was a 
pioneer backstage with his 4-projeetor slide commentary, while the 
choreographed chaos was created by Rich and Terry. And though unsung, Neil 
injected new life into Hair's free form direction and script. 




Hot L Baltimore 



Hot L Baltimore provided an opportunity for Steve A. and other nonmusical 
members of the group to take center stage — in Alumni Auditorium, of all 
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West Side Story 

Then there's West Side Story — that's right, we finally did it — and with flair! 
Even Harlan couldn't resist taking a turn in front of the lights instead of behind 
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Anything Goes 



Anything Goes . . . and it certainly did, with Trip once again assuming navigational duties. Bill 
keeping the engine well stoked and running smoothly, and Mark L. exploring hitherto unsealed 
comedic heights. 






And at press time, The Real Inspector Hound was to be seen doggedly pursuing a bit of unpleasantness at Muldoon Manor, and farther 

down the road Pippin was still searching for his corner of the sky. 

And the show goes on . . . 



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Two hands on the ball Gilson! 



"Kuester, your Social Security check should cover the keg.' 




101 




"Honest Doctor Lew- 



is, I left before the drinking started." (Dr. Bertsch, the next morning) 





"Dr. Bertsch. can you sew up his mouth while you're at it?" 



Boys will be boys. 



102 






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Dad. will you catch one for a change? 



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m telling you. Woody, we walked into my room and she started to . . 



103 



Coed Basketball 





"Are you sure that's our basket?" 



"Schwannoma" 




At least Stan can score off of the court. 






P&S Weightlifting Club 



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' Lopez. I know your pants are tiuht, but could you please smile for the picture?" 



105 




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106 




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Hometown favorite puts a little English on the ball. 











Eddie always feels at home on a bike 



but Juan would rather be home than biking 



107 




108 



CANDIDS 



109 



Bard 



Roof 






End stage encephalopathy from living with Fred 



Si \ Lfi 

"I can't do a thing with my hair!" 



"They don't call me the Latin Lover 
for nothing! ' 











"Well Jay. I find that Pampers are remarkably more absorbant." 



Noah parties with friends 



110 




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"Sure we use Crest.' 





Is* •# 

"Which way to the bathroom?" 



"Hey, I know she's married.' 




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Gerald contemplates the fate of Carmen. 





"But I thought Heimlich always wore his pants this lou 



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Three young single MD's seek companionship — bring your own superglue. 



116 









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Gerst studying. 



Earth to Elliot. 





"Hey guys, did you check it for O. & P.?" 



"Ignore Kevin — maybe hell go away." 



117 



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118 







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The Girls and Boys 







"Hey, what are we doing on this page?" 



120 



of P. &. S. 









121 



122 




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"Sue, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore."' 



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HI 

Men of few words. 




"YEAH!" 





"Don't worn, Harlan, you're next." 



'Tee Hah!' Wonderful Wyoming 




. and she's not even a nun. 



125 



126 








127 








"Coffee, tea, or D5W?" 



128 





3 + Chvostek's sign 





"What third year clerkship in ENT?" 



She came from Planet Claire 



129 




"A granola bar cake — my favorite!" 





Susan gets her just desserts 



Just one of the guys 




Breakin' with a smile 



130 




There's a little Alice Kooper in even' P&S student 




The Bard Hall Irregulars 




Wimp Beach 





"And you thought I went to Africa" 



Mark studying in the Everglades 



131 






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"Ah, here they are — Hensen, Boettscher and Claudii 



"I could go for something Gordon's" 




Guess who forgot the Preparation H 



132 




"Are vou sure this won't affect mv hair?" 





"I write the songs that make the whole world sing . 




"Vit. C? No wonder I never get sick!" 



OOB with bathroom priviledges 



133 




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Bifl Pow! Boom! Trip! 





The only known photo of that rare species, Henridicus weilt 




"How's the shine, sir?" 



"So, you like frozen concentrate straight from the can, Jim?" 



134 





"Look what Synthroid has done for us!" 





"Hey, aren't we too 'low profile' for this sort of thing? 



135 






"Hi, Mom" 



"Whaddaya mean, 'we're not Black? - ' 



Bottom of the ninth, two outs, Greenblatt at bat 




Niloo's Fitness Program 




136 



Slightly overdressed for dental party 



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Cam contemplates Qais, potatoes, and the meaning 
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Prez 



Three generations of P&S 



137 




A demonstration of the disinhibitory effects of two carbon fragments 




Chester and Splatt studying 





Such gorgeous gams! 



138 



Just one of the guys 





What you get when you cross nude mice with L.L. Bean 



Jim and Marlissa proudly display their firstborn 






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Tom studying 




Advice from el Amante Latino 




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Lumpy Bumpy 




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Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled hillbillies 
yearning to be free . . . 





HARLAN 



This is great! I can hardly wait for NBME III! 



141 






"Remember students, never go beyond the elbow when doing a 
rectal exam!" 



142 




Drebs 




The Days of the Giants 





"Jeez, I didn't know the Dean was into hip-hop!" 



143 



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Inappropriate affect? 



P&S's oldest teenager 




144 







Play that thang 





First year Phillv Tournament. 




Waiting for the drugs to take effect. 




Iranian Dancing 



Moleman and the women of Cooperstown. 



145 




Neurology rounds. 




The 



Steps 




Sal Chokes; Jim saves him. 



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"Paul, I've got some great weed for you to try before clinic.' 
146 



"My God, he really docs look like Euripides." 




Artie waits for crumbs. 




Good Humor man talks to customers. 




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Excuse me Ed, we re trying to have a private political discussion. 




147 




130 






Camp Cooperstown recreation. 





The Hot Beef Syringe Blues Band. 





High affinity, low specificity. 





"We must've missed the 168th Street stop.' 




Heidi and members of P&S Class of 2010. 





Our President — a fine example. 



Those bad boys keep jammin' the blues. 




Med School's tough at my age. 



150 



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Fred regresses once more. 




"No, I'm not high. Why do vou ask?" 



"I said 'cough' Mark, not stick out your tongue." 





Another one bites the du^ 



151 





"John you went to Dartmouth, you should be used to sheep.' 



"Gilson, you're ruining my image.' 





Mike assuming the position of a 3rd year. 



"Hey cutie, hop in!" 




152 






OTtnade 



Remember Lam Insta-family? 





"You cut off his what?" 



"By Jove, I think I've got it!" 



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P&S Memories 



— "Don't go out after dark . . . Don't go on the subway after 3 
p.m. . . . and never cross Broadway." — L.D.L., 1st day at P&S 

— "You came to medical school because you were afraid of 
death." — MM. 

— "A medical student should be following this patient." 

— Do you remember when we thought Dan Coelho was 
normal? 

— AMBA, PROBE, CHOWDERS 

— "Here at Harlem we don't strive for excellence, we aim for 
the middle of the road." 

— "You're doing Chief of Service in 15 minutes" 

— 'A 'good' is something to be proud of 

— Plan: As per Intern's note. — CC3 

— Above note appreciated. 

— "If it's not in the book, it won't be on the exam." — J.F. 

— Ram-a-lang-a-ding-dong. 

— "Did you do your routine cervical spine auscultation?'' — L. P. R. 

— Bolo readings. 

— "Repair the right-to-left shunt? Well that would im- 
mediatelv kill the patient!" 

— A. 1,2,3; B. 1,3; C. 2,4; D. 4; E. All of the above. (I have no 
idea) 

— Squid Bingo. 

— "We gonna make nice tonight." 

— "Harlan! Lights!" 

— Do you remember when D.J. shaved his strap? 

— "We see this ..." 

— "Let's check our PPD's." 

— "Fetal love." — E.A. 

— "Three feet!!!" 

— "Demerol? Percocet? Hell, I don't care. Give her both." 

— S: Pt feels like shit. 

O; Pulse-O, Resp.-O, T-93 

A: Pt not doing well. He's history. 

P: Don't buy any long-playing records. 

— "I read free air." 

— FYBIGMI 

— "Bend over, we're driving." — Dept. of Medicine. 

— "I'd be willing to work up a pheo." 

— "He's not that bad a guy." 

— "Put that thing away." 

— Assessment: DB with DL (dirtball with dead leg). 

— "What did the urine sediment show?" 

— "D/C stat." 

— "I won't be in tomorrow, I have an interview." 

— Maxwell Hall (The Pet Shop). 

— Elvis the Bard Hall guard. 

— "These are footrests not stirrups." 

— "And one medical school exam I know of referred to 
Appalachians as 'filthy hillbillies'." — N.Y Times editorial 

— Beer and pizza with L.D.L. 

— Jellyrolls and popcorn. 

— "The army goes under and the navy goes over . . ." — Dr. 
Noback 

— Norman Kahn's 3 lectures on aspirin. 

— Dr. Lattimer's Christmas show appearances. 

— P&S publicity in Cinema Blue. 

— Neuropath. 

— "Well I sat on that committee, and that's not what we 
recommended." 

— "Did you look at the smear?" 

— Jose falling through the window. 

— Phobia of Bovine Sounds 

— "First breast." E.A. 

— "Girl, y all don't know what a bad neighborhood is. " — C. B. 

— Urologist: "So what are you going into?" 



ENT Applicant: "Urology." 

Pediatrician: "So, what are you going into?" 

ENT Applicant: "Pediatric urology" 

ENT Attending: "So, what are you going into?" 

ENT Applicant: "I've always wanted to go into ENT" 

— "If you haven't started reading, you're hopelessly behind." 

— E.A. 

— "She got nice." 

— "Hull" 

— Tetany. 

— "If you want honors that bad, I'll give you honors." — M.G. 

— "Let's get an NMR." 

— "What not." 

— "You should always weigh the patient yourself." 

— "Psoriasis? Well, I knew it was some disease that began with 
an V." 

— "So who wants to be on call the first night?" 

— Attending: "A 78 year old woman presents with lower 
abdominal pain. What's the first thing you think of?" 
Student: "P.I.D." 

— "What am I thinking?" — L.P.R. 

— "This is the 1st CPMCA for this 38 yo RH G3P0030 s/p MI 
w/a h/o IDDM, ARF, PID, SLE, ASCVD, HTN, w/a cc of 
BRBPR." 

— "You're the most unenthusiastic group I've ever seen. 

— "How did he swallow that flashlight?" — A.C. 

— Convergers and divergers. 

— Boards: Question #55. Which of the following is abnormal 
for a 12 year old boy? 

A. Dressing in his sister's clothes. 

B. Drinking 4-5 beers per day. 

C. Masturbating with friends. 

D. Locking his parents out of his room. 

E. Wanting to go to P&S. 

— Mike "Pimpscope" 

— Nasus live. 

— "Thank you for this interesting dirtball." 

— The 3 big lies: 

1. The check is in the mail. 

2. I won't come in your mouth. 

3. You're a 3rd year student and you're here to learn. 

— "I want to be just like Glenda Garvey when I grow up." 

— "I'm not married and I just broke up with my girlfriend. 

— "Where's the enthusiasm?" 

— The Dental Lamina. 

— "What is the molecular weight of Von Willebrands factor? 

— G-men rule! 

— "I personally saw cheating on the last exam." 

— Team piss. 

— Brian Currie 

— The Pan Americano $2.50 dinner. 

— "Fundi not well visualized." 

— Operation Babv Track 

— AAAAHHHHHHHH . . . 

— Francine. 

— Which of the following contributed least to your education 

A. "Dr." Rothman 

B. "Dr. Marcus 

C. "Dr." Rosenburg 

D. Constance Park, M.D. 

E. AIM Doctors 

— "We need a volunteer." . . . "StanHStanHStan!!" 

— Remember the Dents: tackle boxes, gold jewelry, 50 mile 
per-hour haircuts, Brooklyn accents, their exam means, tran 
skripts. 

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ARE YOU OHE OF THOSE. PEOPLE MHO ARE REGULARLY OFFENDED BY EVERYTHING^ 
IF YOU ftP.E UNSUP.E. AHSMER THE FOLLOMING QUESTIONS : 

QUESTION 



1. DO YOU FlU Mr OF THE ■:...■>, ITERS EXOTIC: DOS, CAT, CADAVER ! 

2. DO YOU LIKE HILLBILLYS ? 
!. ARE TOO A HILLBILLY ? 

t. DO THE CMAHHEL 5 HERWS Of THE BEVERLY HILLBIU.YS SEUD YOU INTO I IIIIY ? 

5. do you Bums KOROHIC anpuims TO DEM LEIIS OH « RE6U.AR BASIS ' 

4. DO PEOPLE Ftttl OKLAHOBA OfFEUD YOU 1 

?. DOES YOUR H0UTH FOAH LIKE THAI OF A KAJID DOB AT THE HFJTMOH OF I: MB ST.' 

3. IF HALE, ARE YOU A IIHP7 I DO YOU HEIGH LESS THM 110 LBS. SUM I HE B T OH JUPITER' 
1. DO YOU HAVE A FIRH SRA3P OF THE FOLLOHHB COKCPTSI RESfECT, E9IMLITY, ADD DfCEHCY 7 

10. 00 YOU FIKB AHY OF THE ABOVE SL1STI0HS OFFEKSIVE ? 




IF YOU HAVE ANSMERED YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS, OP. EVEN CONSIDERED FIN 
AFFIRMATIVE AHSMER PLAUSIBLE . P.R.O.B.E. HANTS YOU. 

THERE MILL BE A MEETING OH FRIDAY ON THE 10 r " FLOOR OF BABY'S HOSPITAL. 

I IN THE NURSERY. OFCOURSE. CRYING AND NHIHINB ARE [HCOURAGED • > 





(CRETINS WHO DENY EVERYTHING REASONABLE AND SANE ) 

1) Are you more comfortable with comic books than with medical books? 

2) Do you make wild stabs at humor only to land up stabbing yourself.' 

3) Do you often find your foot in your mouth only to discover that 

it tastes good? 

4) When people step all over you and do your thinking for you do vou 

experience an acute sense of relief that you don't have to think 
for yourself? 

IF YOU CAN ANSWER "YES" TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS OR IF SOMEONE MUST 

ANSWER "YES" FOR YOU THEN BECOME A "CHOWDER "....( on second thought 

you already have! Mil!) 



P.S. If this offends you try PRCCE- 



memberships are sti^l available. 



Dannv's Moral for the dayi 

Those who fcrget the history of Human Development 
are doomed to repeat it. 




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Face Strap/Head Strap/ Lip Strap/Chin S1 
Captain Water bury /Noya (Only her hairdre 
Stan/Twinkie/The Man/The Woman/PTu/coco/ 
Mr. Dirty/E-Closet/Mr. Excitement/ Rap/' 
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Dweeb/Dr. Coffee in bed/Mr. s/shabs/Magic/l; . TVh^cw K^o^/f^rjMH/li&'RvFo-Jm 
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VALUABLE PRIZES! ! ! 

First Prize: Dinner for two with Linda Lou at the Cantab Lounge. 
Second Prize: Ernie April's deluxe guided tour of Times Square. 
Third Prize: Party with the Rugby Ogres, including a bootleg 
copy of the famous tune, "The Engineer's Song." 



Drebs/ Harsh/ Lights/Buster 
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AitS OR AKS'.ERS J OUESTION Or THE PROrFSSOR DURING LECTURE. 
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«AHE nil APPEAR BORE IHAJI 0«CE ON A CARD 

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HOST BE COHFLEIED. AND 5UC3II0NS HOST JE DOCUHENTID IN 
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THE FIRST PERSON TO COKPLCTC THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS 
WINS IHE SANE 

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158 



As we are entering the home stretch, I would like to call your attention 
to the current state of the transcript service. It is with sadness that I have 
watched the progressive disintegration of order. A day doesn't go by wherein I 
don't have to correct for someone's negligence of responsibility. 

At the risk of alienating the entire dental class, I must say that it is 
with you that I have had by far the most difficulty. The transcript service was 
Initiated by medical students, but we have opened our doors to anyone who wants 
to participate. We expect nothing more or less from you than from ourselves — 
each Individual meets the responsibility of transcribing once and editing once. 
Because you may not feel the sane stake in things as we do does not Bean that y*+ 
can shirk your duty. 

I don't want to see any more of last year's transcripts xeroxed with the 
date crossed out. (Some of you never bothered tn listen to the tape and what 
was on paper bore no resemblance to the lecture.^ Also, when a transcript is 
returned by the editor because it is unsatisfactory, do not compound your im- 
proper action with a hostile denial to do the job right. 

We have tried to accomodate you as best we can — no corarauters near the 
weekend, scheduling to avoid some of the conflicts and personality problems of 
last semester, and so on. Some of you had 10 days to get the job done, and still 
cftme late with the excuse that religious holidays got in the way. The schedule 
1> posted well in advance , so that things con easily be worked out ahead of 
time to avoid a conflict if one exists . 

Obviously, these problems apply in part to the medical class as well. They 
also don't occur with the majority of dental students, bo I don't want this to 
seem a blanket statement about everyone, te-t these occurrences seem to be in- 
creasing as we draw near to the end of the semester, at a time we can ill afford, 
and hence will not be tolerated. 

For these last couple of weeks, Scott Estabrook is the trouble shooter. 
You should already know if you will be or during this period, so whether or not 
he gets in touch with you to remind you is no excuse. If you foresee a problem, 
let him know as soon as you know, and we'll work something out. Transcribers, 
know your editors, and vice-versa. These last weeks are important, I want to see 
the same enthusiasm and dedication as there was at the beginning of the semester. 

We have (65 class-pages left until the money runs out. That means, be brief . 
Some of those pages will go to printing old exams, which doesn't leave much. 
And if anyone is concerned about ay using a pags up to throw a fit, this one I 
paid for. 

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Second Year Self-As3essroent Exam 

The following wns prepared to test your misery of the 
essential information presented during our oeeond year nt r-VS. 
nemembcr, this exam will stress general concepts, not npeclfic 
fncts. Sorry, but the proctors are not allowed to answer any 
questions. Good luck. 

1. Which or the following are Included In the DSM-1II diagnostic 
criteria for schizophrenia? 

A. intense eosinophilia 

B. delusions of Raroon y Cajal 

C. lupus 

D. Coing to CTC's on Tuesday afternoons. 

E. fused foot processes 

2. How can you tell that you have become B successful doctor' 

A. Your colleagues refer their family members to you. 

B. Dr. Confield refers his family members to you. 

C. Dr. Canfield refers his secretary to you. 

D. Your secretary follows you wherever you go. 

E. Dr. Canfield 's secretary follows you wherever you go. 

3. What disease is found predominantly In homosexual, Puerto Mean, 
Ashkenazi Jewish IV drug abusers from the Cayman Islands? 

ft. Are Mel Moss and Norman Kahn really the same person? 

5. Should you eat raw pork? 

6. Should you say "stirrups" or "foot supports?" 

?. In light of what you've learned in second year, is it possible 
to get a net synthesis of glucose from acetyl CoA? 

(jMO) Either of the two statements in each sentence may quite 

possibly be true, or in some cases, also relatively false, 
and if they are, and the ESR is elevated, they may be 
related (on their mother's side) as to cause and effect. 
For each pair of statements choose one of the followingi 



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1st Statement 


2nd Statement 


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definitely true 


bogus 


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probably true 


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cosmic 


makes no sense 


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poorly worded 


ridiculous 


very 


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autoimmune 


bourgeois 


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8. There are 1 0'> , 293 diseases associated with IIIA-B27 BECAUSE 
climate is weather and raood is affect. 

9- Birth is usually preceeded by pregnancy BECAUSE Sjogren and 
Chvostek are first cousins. 

10. Given the slight chance that sodium gates octually do exi-a the 
slow inward lithium current is much faster than the slow out»nrd 
neon current BECAUSE the only cure for pseudopseudohypopn, a thy- 
roidism is an anti-antidiuxe tic . 



11. Which of the following may be found at the Bronx Zoo? 

A. hippocampus 

B. l.yonization 

C. flhinorrhea 

D. Salmonella 

E. Giardia Lamblla 



12. A.M.B., a '16 year old white male, presents In the Etl wi 
nausea, vomiting, severe bifrontal headache, nucchal r 
a temperature or loft , enough cells and protein in his 
choke a horse, and a couple Df positive signs. The rol 
tests were performed: AFL, CIO, PrR , RSVT, IUD, 10U a 
ET (phone home). All were within normal limits except 
however Dr. Cambino enclosed a personal note warning 
trust the plasma RSVPI!" As the Intern on duty you 

A. Construct a complete pedigree. 

B. ferform a needle brain biopsy. 



tli 

g i d i t y , 

CSF to 

lowing 

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the RSVF, 

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B. Goodman, Gilman, A Goodman-Gilraan 

C. "irren 4 Freud 
I). Ethics A Values 

E. Laurence, Noon, 4 Biedle 

F. None of the above 
C. All of the above 



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Graduate Medical Education 
at Overlook Hospital 

A majorteaching affiliate of the Columbia University 
College of Physicians and Surgeons 



Overlook, known for its progressive leadership 
and sound medical practice, is considered one 
of ihe nalion"s (oremosl community hospitals. 
A voluntary, non-prolit health care center. 
Overlook provides extensive modern facilities, 
including 551 beds and 50 bassinets. More than 
2,600 employees and a medical staff of 550 offer 
a broad spectrum of educational and medical- 
surgical services. 

At Overlook, quality patient care has been a 
tradition for more than 75 years. We emphasize 
the training of primary physicians. Approved 
residency programs are offered in: Dentistry; 
Diagnostic Radiology; Emergency Medicine; 
Family Practice; Internal Medicine; Pediatrics; 
and a Transitional First Year. 



Overlook also offers affiliated programs with 
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and 
St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, 
New York City, in General Surgery, Urology and 
Obstetrics-Gynecology. Program directors are 
outstanding physicians, all Board-certified 
specialists in their respective fields. 
At Overlook the administrative and medical staff 
constantly evaluate new concepts in the delivery 
of health care, never losing sight of the 
individual, human needs of the patient and the 
family. It is this commitment to excellence in family' 
centered care that has earned Overlook its 
outstanding reputation. 



For information about residency programs 
at Overlook, contact the Department of 
Medical Education. 193 Morris Avenue, Sun- 
New Jersey, 07901, or call (201) 522-2085. 



Overlook 
Hospital 




Congratulations To 

Eric Paul Greenblatt 

And The Class of 1986 

From His Family, With 

Much Love And Pride 



Congratulations 

Penny Spiera Turtel 

Lawrence Turtel 



Congratulations and 

Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1986 

Dr. and Mrs. 
Albert Attia 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 

FROM THE FACULTY 

OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF 

MEDICINE 



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Best Wishes from 
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BENEFACTORS 
OF THE CLASS OF 1986 

Dr. and Mrs. David Ashbaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Jakob Bass 

Ruby and Joe Chow 

Dr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Housepian 

La Verne and Elwood Linskey 

Kenyon and Marion Parsons 

Dr. and Mrs. J. Alfred Rapuano 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rubin 

Timothy Schwerin 

Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Stauffer 

Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Teltscher 

Dave and The Card Doctor 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to our son and brother 

Bruce McCormack 

Love Mom and Dad, Joseph and 

Cathy, Greg, Liz, John, Marie 

and Meegan 



Congratulations and Best Wishes To 

Michael P. Castro 

and the Class of 1986 

From Mom, Dad, Grandmother, 
David, Tina, and Peggy and Mark 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1986 




P&S RUGBY CLUB 



16.3 



Dear Louis, 

"In Bocca al lupo" 

— Congratulations — 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, John, Paul, 

& Ginger 



Congratulations to 

Paul and the Class 

of '86 

From: Drs. Robert S. Gordon '46, 
Jim Tucker '78, Kim Gordon 
Tucker '79 

and Stuart Gordon '88, 
Peter and Bradley 
Tucker 2005? 
and the one who made 
it all possible — 
Arden C. Gordon 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '86 

From the Family of 

Richard L. White, Jr. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
KJETIL BREVIG, M.D. 

with much love, pride, 
and respect 

Dr. and Mrs. Per Brevig, 
Elizabeth, Ingrid, and Chris 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 

THE DEPARTMENT 

OF 

REHABILIATION MEDICINE 



THE DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY 

Wishes to Congratulate the 

Class of 1986 and Extend 

Best Wishes for a Successful Future 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 

OUR BEST WISHES FOR 
YOUR FUTURE 
HAPPINESS 
AND CONTINUED 

SUCCESS 



166 



FROM THE 
DEPARTMENTS OF: 

ANATOMY AND CELL 

BIOLOGY 
BIOCHEMISTRY AND 

MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS 
HUMAN GENETICS AND 

DEVELOPMENT 
MICROBIOLOGY 
PATHOLOGY 
PHARMACOLOLGY 
PHYSIOLOGY AND 

CELLULAR BIOPHYSICS 



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Success to the 
Class of 1986 

Deborah & Ken Silver 



KEVIN P. ALLEN 

CONGRATULATIONS, A DREAM 

FULFILLED. SUCCESS, 
HEALTH, AND HAPPINESS TO 
YOU AND YOUR CLASSMATES 

LOVE FATHER, MOTHER, 
AND SISTER 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 
DEBBIE 

AND HER FRIENDS 
ALVIN & FRANCES STEIN 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

Drs. Arleen & Robert 
Auerbach 



BEST WISHES TO THE 

CLASS OF '86 AND MY SON 

HARLAN GEORGE RICH 

WHO HAS MADE IT ALL 

WORTHWHILE. 

FLORENCE RICH 



Our Warmest 
Congratulations To 
The Class of 1986 

Dr. & Mrs. Leo I. Slawin 
and Family 



168 



CONGRATULATIONS 

from the 

VICE PRESIDENT FOR HEALTH SCIENCES 

DEAN AND FACULTY 

of the 

COLLEGE OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



169 



Congratulations to Arthur L. Malkani 

We are proud of your dedication to and 

accomplishments in the Medical Field. 

Your perseverence, hard work, and 

dedication are demonstrated assets 

which will insure success both in your 

life and profession. 

SHEELA and LAXMAN 
KAVITA and SUNEEL 



A LONG STINT . . . 

COST A MINT . . . 

DOUBT WE DIDN'T 

NOT EVEN A HINT . . . 

AND NOW 

INTO PRINT — 

CONGRATULATIONS 
JEFFREY WINT!!! 



MOM, DAD, & ELISE 



Congratulations 
Michael G. Maday 
Love Mom & Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST 

WISHES 

TO DR. NOAH J. FRIEDMAN 

AND THE CLASS OF 1986 
HELEN AND MILTON FRIEDMAN 



HENRIK H. BENDIXEN 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 

OUR DEAR DAUGHTER 

IN LAW AND SON 

JANET C. AND RAUL 
MITRANI 

WISHING ROTH OF YOU 

LOTS 

OF SUCCESS ON YOUR 

NEW ENDEAVORS 

Jaime & Donna 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1986 

ESPECIALLY THE 
RUGRYTEAM!!!!! 

ROSE & ALFRED COELHO 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1986 
MILDRED & FRED CARTER 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of 1986 

BEST WISHES 
FOR THE 
FUTURE 

from the 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SURGERY 



Peter Altman, M.D. 
Alan Benvenisty, M.D. 
Joseph A. Buda, M.D. 
Alison Estabrook, M.D. 
Paul A. Gerst, M.D. 
Mark A Hardy, M.D. 
Norman E. Hugo, M.D. 
David C. Jue, M.D. 
Sven J. Kister, M.D. 
James R. Malm, M.D. 
George C. Peck, M.D. 
Eric A. Rose, M.D. 
John Schullinger, M.D. 
Charles Stolar, M.D. 
George Todd, M.D. 
Philip D. Wiedel, M.D. 



Hugh Auchincloss, M.D. 
Robert G. Bertsch, M.D. 
David Carberry, M.D. 
Carl R. Feind, M.D. 
Frank E. Gump, M.D. 
Frederic P. Herter, M.D. 
Ivo Janecka, M.D. 
Thomas C. King, M.D. 
Peter Liebert, M.D. 
Alfred M. Markowitz, M.D. 
John B. Price, Jr., M.D. 
Steven T. Ruby, M.D. 
Craig Smith, M.D. 
Francis Symods, Jr., M.D. 
Arthur Voorhees, Jr., M.D. 
Bashir Zikria, M.D. 



Harold Baker, M.D. 
Frederick O. Bowman, M.D. 
Arthur Cooper, M.D. 
Kenneth Forde, M.D. 
David V. Habif, Sr., M.D. 
LeifO. Holgersen, M.D. 
Alfred Jaretski III, M.D. 
John M. Kinney, M.D. 
Paul LoGerfo, M.D. 
Roman Nowygrod, M.D. 
Keith Reemtsma, M.D. 
Thomas V. Santulli, M.D. 
Henry Spotnitz, M.D. 
Michael R. Treat, M.D. 
Collin J. Weber, M.D. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 

From the Members of the 

DEPARTMENT OF 
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

. . . There is one more thing that 

you can learn about the bodv that 

only a non-doctor would tell you — 

and I hope you'll always remember 

this . . . The head bone is 

connected 

to the heart bone and don't let them 

come apart.'' 

— Alan Alda, May 1979 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

FOR A SUCCESSFUL CAREER 

DEPARTMENT OF 
RADIOLOGY 





Congratulations to the 






Class of 1986 






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Best Wishes for Success and 
Happiness in your Future Careers 

Columbia University Affiliation 

Office 
HARLEM HOSPITAL CENTER 



The Staff of the 

Health Sciences Housing 

Office 

Extends Their Congratulations 

To 
THE CLASS OF 1986 



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THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OF THE 

COLLEGE 

OF 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

AND A 

WARM WELCOME 

TO OUR NEWEST 

MEMBERS — 



THE CLASS 
OF 

1986 



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The Haven Coffee Shop 
Pizza and Deli Restaurant 

228 Fort Washington Ave. & 169th Street 

New York, NY 10032 

Tel. 927-6685 

and 

Reme's Restaurant 

4021 Broadway & 169th Street 

New York, NY 10032 

Tel. 923-5452 

The Management and Personnel of these fine Restaurants 

Extend our Congratulations and Best Wishes to All our 

Dear Friends of P&S Class of 1986 of Columbia University 

for a Successful Career and a Brilliant Future. 



Columbia Center Coffee 

Shop, Restaurant 

and Deli 

Fine foods and Groceries 

Congratulations 
Class of 1986 

83 Haven Ave. 
927-3300 
927-3301 



NELSON'S 

Delicatessen and Restaurant 

A Neighborhood Tradition 

170th Street and Broadway 

Telephone: 923-9606 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

FROM 



MetPath) 




a CORNING Laboratory Sciences Company 



One Malcolm Avenue 

Teterboro, New Jersey 07608 

(201) 393-5000 — (800) 631-0883 



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Congratulation to 
the Class of 1986 




4015 Broadway 

New York City 10032 

Corner 169th Street 

212,-928-1234 



(J PRODUCTS (/INC. 

ORTHOPAEDIC DIVISION 

a (pli^ucnd^cmv^Ti company 



CONGRATULATIONS, COLLEAGUES! 

The Medical Society of the 
State of New York 

420 Lakeville Road 

Lake Success, N.Y. 11042 

(516) 488-6100 



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St. Luke's — 
Roosevelt 
Hospital Center 
Congratulates the 
Class of 1986, 
thanks them for their 
efforts in support 
of patient care at the 
Hospital Center, and 
wishes the Class 
the best in the future. 



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Congratulations 
and Best Wishes 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 

DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY 



THE DIVISION OF 
TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Your consultant for 
parasitic diseases 



CONGRATULATIONS 



to 



Susan Margaret Kellie 



and 



The Class of 1986 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1986 

from 

MORRISON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

a major teaching affiliate of 
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons 



The Department of Anesthesiology 

wishes 

The Class of 1986 

A Happy, Painless Future 



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The Department of Pediatrics 

Congratulates the outstanding members of the graduating class and 
all those who choose fields other than Pediatrics, as well. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1986 

from the 

Department of 

Psychiatry 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to a 

BRAINY 

CLASS 

Department of 

Neurosurgery 



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BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 1986 

DEPARTMENT OF 
OTOLARYNGOLOGY 



THE DEPARTMENT 

OF 

ORSTETRICS & 

GYNECOLOGY 

EXTEND THEIR 

WARMEST 

CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 



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Your commencement is the 

commencement of our whole 

family. With great pride 

and joy, we wish Winjing 

and the Class of 1986 success 

and much happiness. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 
TEH-MING & KUNG-MIN 



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Congratulations 
to the P & S 
Class of 1986 

Department of 
Neurology 



BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1986 

FROM THE 

HEALTH SCIENCES 
LIBRARY 



Congratulations to the Class of 1986 




We at the Columbia Medical Center Bookstore extend our congratulations to 

the members of the Class of 1986. We hope that our books have helped 

you to build a firm foundation for your careers and we look forward to 

accommodating your future educational needs. 

The Columbia University Medical Center Bookstore 

Medical Center 650 West 168th St., New York, N.Y. 10032 Tel. (212) 694-4044 

a service of Barnes & Noble 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 198G 

Now that you're starting out in your medical 
career, you'll be spending so much time examining 
the health of others, you may not have time to 
examine the state of your own finances. So while 
you're helping your patients keep physically fit, 
our goal is to keep you fiscally fit. 

As a student, you've had the benefits of Chemical's 
free checking and a ChemBankcard. As a recent 
graduate, you're also invited to take advantage of 
Chemical's free financial counseling as well as 
financial planning seminars specially designed for 
health care professionals. 

Its ( Ihemical's way of not only wishing you 
career success, but of ensuring your financial 
success, too. 



Chemical Bank 

Richard Donatuti, A.V.P. 

1146 St. Nicholas Ave. 
(at 167th Street) 
N.Y., NY. 10032 



Chemical Bank 

Daisy Velez, Branch Manager 

Main Lobby 

Columbia Presbyterian Hospital 

168th Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10032 



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To the Class of 1986 — 

Best wishes for a bright 

and fulfilling future. 

Aspasia F. Gorga 

Angela G. Dal Pan 

Alexandra M. Dal Pan 

Marisa G. Dal Pan 



COFFEE HOUSE 

3938 Broadway & 165 St. 

(212) 927-7011 Free Delivery 

Breakfast Special $1.45 

and 

ALICE'S PIZZA & COFFEE SHOP 

1156 St. Nicholas Ave. & 168 St. 

(212) 923-9115 Free Delivery 

2 Slices Pizza & 16 oz. Soda $2.00 



Free Delivery Wine Specialty 

Uptown Liquor Mart 

4033 Broadway N.Y.C. 

near 170 St. 

(212) 568-2100 



Congratulations from 

THE PRESBYTERIAN HAIR STYLING 

SALON 

Joseph Prestipino 

Manager Mon.-Fri. 8-5 

Presb. Hosp. Rm. 133 Sat. 9-4 

(212) 305-2898 No Appoint. Necessary 



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Yearbook Staff 

Editors Eric Greenblatt, John Lunt 

Faculty Ram Jadonath 

Graduates/Candids Frank Chow, Bill DeMayo, 

Kevin Silver, Toba Weinstein 

Activities Karen Siller 

Sports Dan Coelho, Chris Rapuano 

Advertising Fred Carter, Dave Hovsepian 

Photography Jose Angel, Harlan Rich 

Assistants Peter Buetow, Susan Mandel, Jeff Wint 

Artwork Scott Stengel 

Faculty Advisors Buckwheat, Nancy and Ron 



— The Alumni Association for generous financial and 
emotional support 

— The Faculty for the Fund of Knowledge 

— The Parents who contributed to our fundraising 
campaign 

— Janis Mitchell, P&S Club Administrative Aide 

— Joe Donovan and the Hunter Publishing Company 

— Ed Thornton, our Class Photographer 

— Patrons for advertising in our publication 

— our classmates for their photographs and Harlan for 
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